Cara and the Wizard

Cara and the Wizard : A Tale from Ireland

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When her sister Molly disappears, young Cara heads off on a daring quest in which nothing is as it seems. Can brave Cara defeat a wolf and a wizard to bring back her beloved sister? This illustrated chapter book retelling of an Irish folktale is available individually and as part of the Stories from around the World: 4 Tales of Persistence & Grit set.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 48 pages
  • 142 x 207 x 142mm | 136.08g
  • Bath, United Kingdom
  • English
  • color illustrations
  • 1782858423
  • 9781782858423

About Liz Flanagan

Liz Flanagan, PhD, runs a writing and retreat center in West Yorkshire and holds her degree in Creative Writing. She loves spending time outside, exploring the steep hills and woods near her home. When she isn't telling stories, she often curls up by the fire with a pile of good books. Her short story Come Fly With Me was published in the For Books' Sake YA anthology in January 2016. Her other published work includes Dragon Daughter (David Fickling Books, 2018), Eden Summer (David Fickling Books, 2016) and Starlight Grey (Barefoot Books, 2013).
Valeria Docampo grew up in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and now lives in Lyons, France. She began drawing because she wanted to capture the poetry she saw in the world around her, especially in the faces of children and animals. She graduated the University of Buenos Aires with a degree in Graphic Design & Visual Communication and has won the Independent Publisher Book Award for Children's Picture Books. Valeria works full-time as a children's book illustrator. Her published work includes The Three Little Tamales (Two Lions, 2012), The Adventurers (Parragon Books, 2014), and Medio Pollito: A Spanish Tale (Two Lions, 2013).
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